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Art Ideas from Art Teacher on the Net and Other Outstanding Website Resources

Environmental Projects

How to Draw a Dolphin
Endangered Species List
Endangered Species Drawing & Newspaper Article Project
Template for Newspaper
Bird Sketching and Listening Notebook
Scrimshaw Carvings
Make an Animal Habitat

Recycled Projects

Guitar and Other Musical Instruments
Dinosaur
Garden Projects
Birdhouse
Marionette from Recycled Objects

Multicultural Projects

Chinese Landscape Painting
French Recycled Perfume Bottle
Faux Russian Plate
Paper Quilt-Group Project
Paris Opera House Ceiling Project
Old West Gold Pouch
Old West Cowboy Hat
Native American Vest
Native American Buffalo Storytelling Cloth
Native American Teepee
Native American Puppet
Native American Brave Canister
Native American Paper Doll & Fashion
Native American Faux Leather
African Love Beads
African International Doll
Batik

Cross-Curriculum Projects

Literature/History Theme Shoeboxes


Charlotte's Web Shoebox
Create Your Own Art Products
Theatre Arts
Mircoscope Inspired Drawings
Make construction paper Flags using
this website as inspiration
Fashion Arts-Make a Hat
Make a Model of the White House

Holiday Projects
 

Holiday.net link

Art Teacher on the Net-Christmas Around the World
Christmas Around the World part 2
Halloween Projects Link from Kate.com
Valentines Day on A-Z Teacherstuff Net
St. Patrick's Day on A-Z Teacherstuff Net
Easter Ideas at A-1 Teacherstuff Net
Thanksgiving Turkey Clay Pot Planter

Self-Esteem and Family Projects

Intergenerational Art Projects

Self-Portrait Drawings
Self-Image Collage
Click this Cartoon About.com Link for Outstanding
Cartoon Projects Sites
Hero Drawings
Good Samaritan Faux Stain Glass
Mom, Dad, and Me Projects

Social Issues

September 11 Project Links
Statue of Liberty Project Sheet Links for Teachers
Flag, Museum of Tolerance, World Trade Center Architectural History, and other resource links.

What can your classroom do about Homeless Children?  Suggestions for projects to help Homeless Children.

National Coalition for the Homeless

Homeless Children

Citing statistics from the National Runaway Switchboard the Stand Up for Youth website claims that  . . .one out of every seven children will run away before the age of 18, and that there are 1.3 million runaway and homeless youth living on the streets in the United States. . .13 children die in the streets of the United States each day from assault, disease, and suicide.

What can your classroom do about homelessness?  Learn practical solutions at the following websites

National Coalition on Homelessness